At Red Bean Asian Bistro, guests don't have to pick a favorite cuisine, thanks to the Pan-Asian eatery's menu of Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Thai specialties. Along with fresh sushi and sashimi, the enormous menu features wok specialties, noodles, and fried-rice dishes.
The New York Times deemed Red Bean "notable" thanks to the low prices and fresh, tasty entrees, and called its sashimi presentations "eye-appealing." The reviewer did warn guests who enjoy milder food to be careful of all the spicy options, though, as here, "Even pad Thai, a standard on Asian fusion menus, had surprising heat." Spicy food lovers, rejoice.